Invicta Men’s Silicone Strap Aviator Quartz Watch, Blue
Last updated date: November 9, 2022
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This stainless steel aviator Invicta watch features a stylish rose gold bezel ring and three functional subdials tracking the progression of each minute, hour and day. Featuring a waterproof watch band and a case rated to resist up to 100 meters of water pressure, this timepiece can accompany you on any journey.
In our analysis of 16 expert reviews, the Invicta Men's Silicone Strap Aviator Quartz Watch placed 5th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Chronograph functions with 60 second, 60 minute and 24 hour sub dials; date window between 4:00 and 5:00; unidirectional 18k rose gold ion-plated stainless steel bezel. Blue dial with rose gold tone and white hands and white hour markers; luminous; flame fusion crystal; stainless steel case; blue silicone strap. Quartz Movement. Case Diameter: 49mm. Water resistant to 100m (330ft): in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving.
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An Overview On Invicta Watches
Take the time to research the proper, warranty-approved maintenance and cleaning process for your high-end timepieces prior to purchasing them. This process will also reveal which features are or aren’t covered, avoiding nasty surprises if one or more of the cosmetic features is damaged. If you don’t feel that you are willing or able to commit to the warranty-approved processes, you may benefit from considering a different watch.
Invicta uses a process called “flame fusion,” or the “Verneuil method” to manufacture their own gemstone-quality crystals. Sapphires are known for their hardness and high scratch-resistance. Invicta uses this process to manufacture sapphire-quality crystals for their watch faceplates, resulting in a scratch-resistant surface.
The drawback to using sapphire glass is that its surface reflectivity is several times higher than simple mineral glass (the kind in your windows). Watch-makers compensate for this by applying a wafer-thin anti-reflective coating resulting in a resilient and entirely unobstructed view of the watch face. You may think that you have scratched your glass, but what you’ve likely done is scratched the anti-reflective coating. A quick visit to a professional can strip and restore that coating at a much lower cost than replacing the glass or the entire watch.
The Invicta Watch Buying Guide
- Be aware of the difference between a watch piece being made of a material as opposed to that piece being plated with a material. This is particularly important if you have allergies to any metals.
- Jewelry plating is applied by a process that encourages a very thin layer of it to adhere and bond to the base material. In this way, a steel watch can be plated in gold, silver or nickel.
- This also means that continuously wearing that jewelry can rub off the plating through day-to-day wear and tear. Occasional use and proper care can extend the lifespan of your watch’s finish.
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